Military fork

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A military fork is a pole weapon which traces its lineage to an agricultural tool, in this case the pitchfork. Unlike a trident used for fishing, the military fork was rarely barbed and normally only consisted of two tines (prongs) which were straight compared to the original pitchfork. The pair of tines usually ran parallel or slightly flared.[1]

Variations

ItemSource isRare itemIs incomplete
Military fork (crafted)false
Weapon:Military fork (crafted)false

References

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_fork

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